Friday, 7 December 2018

Galaxy S10 Render Shows It Has Half The Number Of Rear Cameras Of The Galaxy S10+

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A floating image on the internet of the Galaxy S10 reveals the back of the phone and distinguishes that the Galaxy S10+ will be different from the Galaxy S10.

Two days ago OnLeaks has released the 3D renders of the Galaxy S10+; indicating the phone to have four rear cameras. But for the Galaxy S10, the manufacturer is truncating the back shutters by half. These changes are noteworthy, as it will enhance the clicking experience on both the devices; in comparison to their predecessors.


In the image, the camera is arranged horizontally on the device, and it’s also housing the LED flashlight with the blood pressure sensor. Though, the absence of the fingerprint scanner at the back signifies that the Galaxy S10 will be equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner like its big brother Galaxy S10+.

Glass finished and Curved on the sides the device’s Bixby button and volume rocker are fixed at the left of the phone, so naturally, the power button finds itself on the right side. In the image, it also seems that there’s a TPU case with a large cut-out alongside the phone.

With the launched schedule for the next year, we can expect the phone to run on the new Exynos 9820-Snapdragon 855 processor and an Infinity-O display with a hole at the corner of the front camera.  

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